The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.18, January 27, 1932

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1932-01-27
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, January 27, 1932 - 4 pages

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Article(s): Annual Kodak contest will close Friday -- New staff editing weekly Sunflower -- Glee Clubs will hold tryouts in Fiske this week -- Opposition less to army course -- Enrollment expected to reach 1,200 -- R.O.T.C. cadets study drill work -- Dying Harvard medic makes study of heart -- New regent recalls "Ki-Yi-Yi" days of old Fairmount -- Fraternity moves to new quarters -- Foreign students to give banquet -- Representatives report on meets -- To organize new business club -- Denver University gives radio credit -- Wisconsin campus is scene of legal battle -- Release 1932 bulletin for new semester -- Lieurance gives musical concert at Pratt, Kan. -- Enter university older, smarter -- European art tour planned by Staples -- Exams evoke campus opinion -- Finals Week causes growth of student conscientiousness -- Foresees last of Earth inhabitants as cave-dwellers / E. M. Joad -- Shocker society: Sororities and fraternities; Williams-Burnham vows solemnized; Students and faculty at political banquet; Webster Men and luncheon guests take pictures; University Players hear play review; A new University club is launched; Matrix members given dinner by pledges Monday; Fischer presents musical program at Library Club; Sophomore prom to be given on Friday evening; Zeta Delt's are hosts at after final festivity -- Science increases Bible rest quota -- Pittsburg invades Wichita in game at forum Saturday, January 30: Shockers in crucial game with Pittsburg for conference lead -- Johnson high in non-conference win over Bethel -- W.U. girls rifle team to shoot in Kemper tourney -- Intramural B.B. for women is to start next week -- Pi Alpha plays close win over Zeta Delt five -- "Basketball more strenuous than football" says Naismith -- Sophomores win volleyball league
Photograph(s): Heads sorority: Mary Elizabeth Hester, new president of Pi Kappa Psi, is a junior in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Wichita and a major in physical education. Miss Hester is an outstanding board member of the W.A.A. and a Pan Hellenic representative. Miss Hester resides with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hester at 937 Buffum. p. 3 -- Pittsburg scoring threats: Three Gorilla stars who are sure to see plenty of service in the game Saturday, are, left to right: Wachter, guard; Schmidt, center, and Ratzleff, forward. Wachter is the highest scoring guard in the conference, while Schmidt is rated as the best center in Kansas. Ratzlaff, another main cok [sic] in Coach Lance's offense, has been out for several weeks from an injured foot. p. 4
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